At Pleasant Grove School our mission is to provide a safe environment, conducive to learning for all students. To develop cooperative, responsible, respectful and productive citizens, and to educate and motivate students to become knowledgeable decision makers and self-reliant, life-long learners.
The Oklahoma State Department of Education grades schools yearly on their performance in all areas of student learning and teacher performance. At Pleasant Grove, we are proud of our results each school year in all areas of student achievement. You may click here to view any of Pleasant Grove Public School's District & Site Report Cards.
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We will recognize every effort and applaud it.
Citizenship - behaving in a responsible manner as a citizen of a community
Quote: The first requisite of a good citizen in this republic of ours is that he shall be able and willing to pull his own weight. Theodore Roosevelt
· Our Science Fair was a success with Eli W. in 3rd Grade as our schools
Grand Champion...Congratulations Eli.
From the nurse:
January 21, 2016
As your child’s school nurse, I am writing to inform you about meningococcal disease, which includes meningitis. Meningococcal meningitis may be rare, but it’s often devastating. It can take the life of a child in just a single day.
Anyone can get meningitis, but preteens and teens are at greater risk than older age groups. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other leading medical groups recommend meningococcal vaccination for preteens and teens 11 through 18 years of age and college freshmen living in dormitories to help protect them from disease.
Meningococcal meningitis can spread from one person to another through common everyday activities. This includes sharing eating utensils and drinking glasses, living in close quarters such as summer camps or dormitories, and kissing. Prevention is particularly important because the disease moves quickly and can be difficult to recognize, especially in its early stages, as symptoms are similar to those of the flu.
Vaccination is safe and effective and the best way to help protect against the disease. Every health-care visit is an opportunity to talk to your child’s health-care provider about vaccination.
For more information about meningococcal meningitis and vaccination, please call or visit my office, or go to www.voicesofmeningitis.org.
Rhiannon Webb, RN
There are no cases of meningitis at Pleasant Grove School
The vaccination for meningitis is a parental choice.
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Pleasant Grove Public School is excited to announce the use of our new BlackBoard Connect system. The BlackBoard system will allow us to instantly contact parents in case of weather related closings, schoolwide announcements, events or emergency situations. We have the ability to use phone calls, text messages, emails and social media updates to assist keeping our district safe and informed!
Of the 34 federally recognized Native American tribes in Oklahoma, Pleasant Grove Schools is proud to recognize a third of those tribes as members of our school. We are proud of the influence that those students bring and the traditions that we can carry on in the history of these tribes. Click here to view the information on our Native American students.
Pleasant Grove Public School is working hard to implement the new Oklahoma Academic Standards focused on preparing students for College, Careers and Citizenship. This includes the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), adopted in 2010, for English language arts and mathematics for grades PreK‐12. Oklahoma Academic Standards serve as expectations for what students should know and be able to do by the end of the school year. The development, review and revision process involves stakeholders throughout the state of Oklahoma and is an ongoing and critical component to ensure Oklahoma students in every classroom receive current and relevant learning experiences. Click on the banner to learn more.